This year’s celebration of the Development Policy Research Month (DPRM) in September carries the theme, “Navigating the New Globalization: Local Actions for Global Challenges or Paglalayag sa Bagong Globalisasyon: Lokal na Pagkilos sa mga Pandaigdigang Hamon.“
Camp Verde considered a historical spot since it was the last bastion of the Boholano insurgents during World War II; an excellent fort accessible only through one entrance. Camp Verde is a wooded cliff fortified by the insurgents when the war broke out between the Filipinos and the Americans and up to the time of continue reading : Camp Verde
Day Activities: Nov. 29 – Dec. 6, 2014 @ 4:00 P.M. MISA NOVENARIO Immaculate Conception Parish Church Dec. 7, 2014 (Sun) @ 4:00 P.M. CONCELEBRATED MASS Immaculate Conception Parish Church Most Rev. Christian Vicente F. Noel, D.D. Celebrant Dec. 8, 2014 (Mon) @ 7:30 A.M PONTIFICAL MASS Immaculate Conception Parish Church Most Rev. Patrick Daniel Y. Parcon, continue reading :
The Eskayas are one of three indigenous peoples in the province of Bohol. They are distinguished by their distinct literature and language.
The Lord of Pardon Hill gives one a panoramic view of the mountains and coastline of the town. There, one can find a chapel for prayer and recollection and a big cross on top of the hill, both signifying the prayerful attributes of Duerohanon.
The Duerohanons’ pride is their church and convent built in the year 1868, and is the oldest building in the municipality. The Duero Church, although advocated to Santa Felomina at first, is presently dedicated to the Immaculate Conception whose feast day it celebrates with much revelry every 8th of December. It lies along the national continue reading : Immaculate Concepcion Church
Eskayan Culture and Traditions